klh central systems are scalable, modular solutions enabling the perfect configuration for every requirement.
The system has two water circuits, divided into an outdoor compression cooling circuit and an indoor heat exchanger circuit that is cooled via the on-site water supply.
Energy consumption is effectively reduced through the use of ultramodern technologies, such as EC fans, speed-controlled compressors and pumps and a special, proprietary control system.
Thanks to the integrated "free cooling option", the energy balance of the central system can be further optimised. As a result of the use of low outside air temperatures by the free cooler, the system can run entirely without compression cooling during certain phases.
The operational reliability of the entire system takes top priority at klh. In this context, emergency cooling functions are implemented as backup systems in the standard version while system-critical components are available in redundant form as an option.
Advantages at a glance
Energy efficiency on an abacus
The centralisation of the cooling systems, especially when integrating the free cooling option, can lead to significant energy balance improvements.
The optimum use of the three possible cooling modes:
ensures that the energy consumption is reduced to an absolute minimum.
In Germany, for example, the annual energy consumption for the cooling of machines can be reduced by approximately 50% solely by the smart interaction between free cooling and compression refrigeration following the installation of a central system.
Depending on the required cooling power, ambient conditions and runtime, return on investment can be reached within a period of 2 to 5 years.